Posts from October, 2014

Is Change Necessary for Your Elderly Loved One?

Growing old can mean major changes, not only in a person’s appearance but also in his senses and behaviors. While some of these changes may be good, many of them can be quite destructive, and can mean that an elderly loved one is no longer able to live independently. The following are five keys to… Read More…

Senior Citizen Tips on Aging Well

Whether you’re already a senior citizen, or just becoming one, you would know that aging is a complicated and difficult process, involving disease risks and other complications. It therefore deserves to be dealt with practically. You may wonder how you can maintain your inner youth even when you’re physically aging — here’s you answer: Indulge… Read More…

Technology Saves Seniors from Depression

More than chronic illnesses and body pains, the feeling of loneliness and lack of purpose can bring senior citizens to a major state of depression. Losing a loved one or being uprooted for their homes to move to in with a relative in a foreign place can be quite dispiriting and can bring forth a… Read More…

7 Extraordinary Senior Citizens

Just because they’ve aged doesn’t mean senior citizens have stopped doing interesting and worthwhile things in their lives. Be it in the world of sports or the academe, an impressive number of seniors will surely pop up to surprise you. Just take the following seven most inspiring senior citizens who have done extraordinary things at… Read More…

Senior Citizen Home Improvement and Safety Tips

Countless cases of senior citizen accidents can serve as proofs that the typical house settings are not suitable, and may even be dangerous, for elderly occupants. As a solution, home improvements need to be taken into serious consideration: Make sure that every kitchen feature is installed with comfort and safety in mind — accessible cabinets,… Read More…

Moving Senior to Nursing Home: Things to Consider

Considering the option of sending your elderly parent or any senior citizen loved one to a nursing home or assisted living facility is a difficult notion. While you may have your own personal set of concerns, such as your time and your ability to provide all the care that the senior needs, it is also… Read More…